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Woman Spends $150 to Stay Hydrated

Posted: 01/11/2014 - Sharon Spencer, 66, has been on the lookout for fresh and safe water. Ever since the State of Emergency went into effect, she's had to turn off the faucet.

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National Guard Passes Out Water at Capitol

Updated: 01/11/2014 - At the state capitol complex Friday evening, what was planned to be a donation drive for those in need quickly turned into a place where people showed up to collect supplies of water.

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Tracing Chemical Spill Downstream

Updated: 01/11/2014 - With the chemical leak contained and measurements on-going around Charleston to determine the safety of drinking water, Tony looks ahead to what's next.

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WVAW: Overnight Water Testing Could Bring Answers

Posted: 01/10/2014 - West Virginia American Water officials say it will enable them to determine what levels of the contaminant exist in the drinking water leaving the treatment plant and then inform customers when it is OK to use the water.

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Maintaining a Sanitary Water Supply During Crisis

Updated: 01/10/2014 - According to a press release from extension agent John Porter says during a water emergency, it's important to maintain water sanitation when using water collected in reusable containers from emergency water stations or collected from other sources.

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